You'll soon be able to challenge The Stig in your living room thanks to a deal signed with the BBC and Scalextric.
The company famous for its slot-car racing tracks will be bringing Top Gear's "Powerlaps" to toy shop near you in march.
The set will come with the official challenging corners such as Hammerhead and Gambon as well as two special edition Stig hand throttles.
However rather than coming with a medium priced car, the set will come with a Ford GT and a Porsche 911 GT3R.
The set will be available in March and cost £100.
In related Scaletrix news, the company has also announced that it has won the licence for new James Bond film "Quantum of Solace".
Out in October in time for the movie, racers will be able to drive Bond's DBS around the track.
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